Once upon a time we got our first day off of chemo.
And with that free day I was NOT going to sit around and do nothing like I had for the past week.
We got up at the usual seven am and met up with some family to venture to Apple Hill.
My Aunt Tanya who is engaged to Matt and his son Henry.
And naturally my Prima and her husband Steven.
I had never been, thus didn't know what to expect.
In simple terms, it was like a ji-normo farmers market with an emphasis on apples.
They had the most deluctible apple treats along with freshly pressed apple juice.
Adam and I bought a gallon to take home.
There were local "crafty souls" there selling there homemade soaps and trinkets.
It was fun to drive along the apple orchards and to find other small farmers markets up the road.
Adam got pretty tired about half way through, which was expected.
So we headed home a little early.
It was freezing, so using him as an excuse was perfect.
I'm so grateful for California.
And for activities.
And for no snow.
And of course,
I just love my Adam.
He is doing so much better the farther away we get from chemo days.
Still feels like he got hit by a truck.
But is able to get up and do things with me:)